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Transitioning a baby from the bottle or breast to a sippy cup -- which has a no-spill spout -- can begin as early as 6 months old. Tips for getting a baby to use a sippy cup include shortening breastfeeding or bottle-feeding sessions, trying different sippy cups , and filling the cup with breast milk or formula. If the baby resists the cup, try again after introducing solid foods, which the baby should be eating by 6 months old. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about introducing sippy cups to a baby, weaning from the breast or bottle to a sippy cup, and much more.

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When you hear the phrase 'All things in moderation,' fruit juice probably doesn't come to mind, but most pediatricians caution parents that allowing kids to drink excessive amounts of juice is a recipe for poor health.

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